Share memories of Greenwich people and places with your family this holiday season. Oral History Project's 137 books are bound collections of interviews with numerous residents.
The latest and most popular titles include:
The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra--53 Years of Superb Performances, $30. Interviews with five women, each of whom has played an essential part in the growth and success of the orchestra.
Tod's Point, $20. The history of our much-loved town beach, from estate to town park.
The Bruce Museum--A Century of Change, $30. The seven directors of the museum recall its growth from zoo and dioramas to the world-class institution it is today.
A Walk through Cos Cob in the 1920s and 30s, $20. Lifelong resident Gertrude Riska recalls the village of her childhood.
To purchase these and other titles, visit the Library Oral History office, Monday-Thursday, 10 am-2 pm or phone (203) 622-7945. Or visit the website: www.glohistory.org.